Top-level Collection

Ephraim Williams Project
The Ephraim Williams Project consists of Ephraim Williams Jr. related materials from the Williams College Archives collections.
Faculty Publications Listings
Faculty publications featured in the Annual End-of-Year Publications reception.
Field Family Collection
The Field Family collection contains manuscript material relating to the personal and professional lives of David Dudley Field (1781-1867) and his four sons. The collection includes correspondence, writings, and a diary which document nineteenth-century American law, politics, religious life, history, and the personal lives of the Field family.
Founding Documents of the United States of America
The documents in this collection are typically on view in the Chapin Gallery, room 406 of Sawyer Library at Williams College, during the regular hours of the Special Collections Department of the Williams Libraries. The gallery is open to the public, free of charge, and staff welcome visits by groups from schools and other organizations by advance arrangement.
Gaudino Educational Initiatives
Gaudino Educational Initiatives collection represents Professor Robert Gaudino’s emphasis confronting biases through immersive engagement with otherness and, through that experience, learning to know ourselves more deeply and differently.
Gulielmensian
The Gulielmensian is the yearbook of Williams College and is commonly referred to as "the Gul." The first issue of "the Gul," published in 1856 as a 4 page tabloid newspaper, contained a list of secret societies (fraternities), catalog of officers, faculty and students, literary societies, and a calendar. The earliest issue in the Williams College Archives dates to 1861. Gulielmensian is intended to be an archaic linguistic reference to Williams. The Old French "Guillemin" and the modern "Guillaume" anglicize to "William." Notably, the first official professor of Williams was a scholar of the French language.
Hopkins Forest Maps
Historical maps of Hopkins Memorial Forest - collection donated by Professor Henry Art